Martin Luther King Girls Varsity Softball

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HISTORIC CROSS-TOWN RIVALRY GROWS IN ITS LORE

April 13, 2021 RIVERSIDE:  In this odd year of sports induced by the pandemic, much has changed.  Travel restrictions, elimination of tournaments or invitationals, even the loss of CIF has left teams and athletic programs scrambling to cobble together a season with what is available and allowable. While there is much to mourn in the

PROFILES IN CHARACTER – AMANDA GULL

Written by Coach Metz King High School is fortunate to have a person of such high character as Amanda “Panda” Gull.  Panda is a four-year varsity player and has been a valuable leader on and off the field. She is always willing to help her teammates with advice, encouragement, and support. On the field, Panda

A THRILLING RETURN TO ACTION AND A WIN AS WELL

March 30, 2021 SAN JACINTO:  “The pandemic has taken away so many things we take for granted – like the thrill of playing high school sports and the joy of watching our kids compete” coach Bob Metz said after his girls softball team returned to action with a win over San Jacinto Tigers. The 8-2 victory

MARTIN LUTHER KING WELCOMES BACK COACH BOB METZ

Athletic Director Chip George has announce the “return” of Coach Bob Metz to the coaching staff of Martin Luther King High School.  He will be stepping into the head coaching responsibilities of the girls softball team. Bob Metz is a full time professor at Cal State San Bernardino, working in the Management Department and teaching

SOFTBALL TRYOUTS COMING MARCH 18

All girls interested in trying out for the 2021 Softball squads, please come to our tryouts on March 18.  Click here for more information  

FOOTBALL AND OTHER OUTDOOR SPORTS GIVEN A GREEN LIGHT

By ERIC-PAUL JOHNSON | ejohnson@scng.com | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: March 2, 2021 at 10:01 a.m. | UPDATED: March 2, 2021 at 8:39 p.m. Riverside County’s coronavirus adjusted case rate dropped for the seventh consecutive week, and the county now meets the threshold for football and other outdoor contact sports to resume competitions. In December, the California Department of Public Health released its

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – AALIYAH RIVAS

Written by Coach Chantal Millard Aaliyah has been a team leader for our softball team the past couple of years. She has proven to be one of the hardest working and dedicated players that I have had the honor to coach throughout my many years of coaching. She leads by example every single day and

WHAT BLOOMS WHEN SPRING IS CANCELLED

Written by Brad Peters Nothing is guaranteed. Those three words have likely been uttered, stated, shouted or declared by every coach in every sport more times than they could count. It’s a reality in sports.  Injuries play no favorites, every athlete is susceptible.  No win is final until the buzzer. No race is won until you’ve crossed

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – AMIYAH APONTE

Written by Coach Chantal Millard Amiyah is a natural born leader and shows all the qualities of a true captain and teammate. She not only leads by example on the field, but is mature, intelligent, and has sound of reason. There has not been a situation on the field that she has not been able

WINTER LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING INKS SIX MORE

Athletics staged another edition of it’s popular and needed “National Letter of Intent” signing ceremony.  This is done three times a year. The Winter ceremony was held in the school theater on Wednesday morning and six seniors each spoke briefly and then signed their “letters of intent” for their school of choice in front of